French cooking is known throughout the world for their richness. Whether the process of cooking the dish is simple or complicated, you can expect the dish to have a strong impact in terms of flavor. Having said that, no one really knows why chicken francese, a traditional American-Italian dish, is called the way it is despite its Italian origins. Maybe it’s because the use of butter and wine in the recipe gives the dish a French character. Regardless, you’re sure to enjoy this recipe, especially as part of the menu of your next dinner party.
This chicken francese is quite simple to prepare, but you’ll love the richness of the end result. In this recipe, the chicken breast is cut butterfly-style, dipped in an egg wash seasoned with parsley and parmesan cheese, coated in flour, and then fried in butter.
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